[pmwiki-users] Archiving old/obsolete pages

Sandy sandy at onebit.ca
Fri Sep 1 10:40:55 CDT 2006

H. Fox wrote:
> On 8/31/06, Sandy <sandy at onebit.ca> wrote:
>> 1. I've got a slew of pmwiki.org pages bookmarked, and it's on my todo
>> list to go through and see if the nifty feature will be useful. If I get
>> "page does not exist", it'll be frustrating.
> Actually it's likely to *save* you from frustration.  (That's the whole point!)
> An archived page is, by definition, a page you probably wouldn't want
> to waste your time on.
> If one of your links reaches an archived page, then whoever has
> archived that page will probably have either
> * replaced the old, archived version with a new, improved (refactored)
> version or
> * left a note explaining that the page has been archived (and why).

Agreed on the new improved version, and a note where to find the old 
page (if the old page has info that's not on the new one). That's the 
ideal solution.

I think what bothers me about a new "group" is that that will mean a new 
URL, which will break my bookmark.


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